Police are treating the Barcelona attack as an act of terrorism. This sort of violence has plagued Europe for the last few years, including the city from which my family hails, Paris.
Following the advice of law enforcement officials, Texas A&M has cancelled the white lives matter event scheduled for September 11, 2017 in consideration of safety.
This was no peaceful, pink-hatted women’s march or rainbow colored anti-Trump dance party. It was scary on a level unlike any protest I had ever been to before.
Here’s what I hear from everyone in my family: “Why you so skinny?” “Boy you thiiin!” “Get some meat on your bones.” Okay, I know I’m skinny. But bringing it up at every family gathering doesn’t change anything.
The recent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, has some people shaken up that racism could exist in 2017. But the truth is that racism never left in the first place — even in liberal places.
Despite the benefits of having safe spaces on campus, debates on whether or not they serve a good purpose is still out there. There’s this idea that safe spaces coddle college students rather than prepare them for the real world. But that is NOT how I see it.
Disney made headlines recently because the production crew were “struggling” to find an actor to play Aladdin in their upcoming live-action remake. Apparently, the 2,000 auditions just weren’t enough for them to choose from.
Escape rooms are all the rage, and some savvy educators are using them to unlock student’s learning potential.
And you thought workers had it bad trying to find a place to live in SF…